The Mahindra Xylo is a people mover from the Mahindra stable. Its large proportions coupled with arguable styling didn't deter it from becoming a runaway success in the market. Powered by a common rail diesel motor, the Xylo does lack in terms of refinement, but at the price that it is offered at makes it an incredible value-for-money proposition. Though the exterior design is nothing to write home about, the interiors are snazzy and the flexi-seats are a boon for travelers. Its economical, spacious and overall easy on the pocket and this has lead to its success.
Space, Price, Mileage
Looks, Fit and Finish
A value for money people mover probably sums up the Xylo best. Don't expect it to win any beauty contest
The utilitarian Xylo gets a slight refresh and an updated interior. We find out what's new.
The Mahindra Xylo gets a makeover, but under the new skin is also a new powerplant and added luxury for buyers of every budget!
For long, Mahindra had been teasing the Indian populace with its Ingenio project - an MPV based on the Scorpio that was being touted to be good enough to give the likes of the Toyota Innova a run for its money. The Innova, by the way - was the spiritual successor to the Toyota Qualis - where the...
A slightly updated version of the Mahindra Xylo has been launched starting at Rs 7.25 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai)
New H-Series Xylo now powered by world class mHawk engine and starts at attractive price of Rs. 8.23
Indian car maker's MPV offering awarded the Master Brand 2012 -13 by CMO Asia and the World Brand Congress
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